Man with outstanding warrants in wrong place, at wrong time
On Friday, November 1 officers may not have located the man they were looking for that night, but didn’t return to the Claremont Police Department empty handed. Police first responded to the Greyhound based on reports of an intoxicated man. The drunken individual was not located, but unfortunately for Alexander May, a 21 year old from Chino Hills, his resemblance to the person in question gave him some undesired attention from local police. He was found with four outstanding warrants, worth $200,000 total, for illegal vending on or near a freeway, possession of a pipe, possession of cocaine and a municipal code violation, according to Lieutenant Mike Ciszek. He was arrested.
Check out our complete police blotter Friday.